Much improved since my original rating of 2012, so this is an entirely new review. Four standard beers on draught, but there are now normally one or two specials as well, which can be either lagers, wheat beers or IPAs. Staff are a lot more friendly than in the past, and happy hour operates between 4 and 7 pm most evenings. Patio gives a pleasant view over the city skyline. Good.
Visited on a Saturday night in August 2015. Itís quite impressive with the standard industrial minimalist chic as the other venues. Itís huge with 2 floors and conditioning tanks dotted around. Only 4 beers on draft and no special. Staff were a bit slow but did offer tasters of anything. It was very quiet with stacks of room. Get the feeling the beer scene has moved on and left them behind a bit. If youíve never been to a Zerodegrees then this is decent and the beer is ok.
masssive food driven bar with its own beers brewed on premises. Theyíre not bad as lagers go but often served too cold and over carbonated. Can sometimes find seasonals and some are very good but core range a bit dull and designed to appeal to student drinking groups. Decent food though; so worth a look in.
We came here via Highbury Vaults (olde worlde) and the Yard (modern) so this was our venture into the futuristic. Zero Degrees is ultra modern, rather in the style of some American brewpubs. I may be mixing my metaphors but it looks as if itís been built out of Meccano so itís functional and clinical. Despite that, I liked it although it also looks like a party place and we may have been lucky that it was deserted when we visited early-ish on a Wednesday evening. The beers were all their own - no guests.
(Visited 17 December 2014).
Very trendy brewpub at the top of the Christmas steps, they had about 4 or 5 of their own beers on tap. Just went here for drinks. I would like to go again to try the food as what was being served to other customers looked good
Decked out like a restaurant, very much in the style of a US brewpub. Nice balcony. Prices were slightly high for Bristol. Beers werenít nowt to shout about. Shouldnt be high on your list of must visit spots in Bristol - a city with many beery highlights.
I liked this place. Hadnít planned on going but happened to pass by when on a Banksy tour. It is a big, industrial place with lots of dining area and couches for the bar area. It was completely deserted when we were there but the staff were friendly and helpful and the beers were tasty and true to style. The seasonal porter was especially good.